Value betting in football: Finding underrated teams

Venezuela and Mexico will offer us some football spectacle at the Copa America on Thursday. These two teams will face each other at the SoFi Stadium in California. This is a game from Group B of Copa America 2024. Let’s preview it in our Value betting in football: Finding underrated teams.


Venezuela started their Copa America campaign with a win. Fernando Batista’s team faced Ecuador and Enner Valencia’s red card in the first half allowed them to take the win – 2-1. Ecuador had an advantage at halftime, but in the second half La Vinotinto secured the three points. Jhonder Cadiz equalised while Eduard Bello scored the decisive second goal.


Now Venezuela are close to reaching the knockout phase – a win against Mexico on Thursday would allow them to do it. La Vinotinto are arguably underdogs against the Aztecs, but this win against Ecuador would give them a lot of confidence.


Just as Venezuela, Mexico kicked off their Copa America campaign with a win – 1-0 against Jamaica. And now they are in a similar position – a win on Thursday would send them to the knockout phase.


Many people expected an easier win for the Aztecs against Jamaica, but they had to wait 69 minutes to score. It was Monterrey’s Gerardo Arteaga who scored the decisive winner for Jaime Lozano’s team. He used an assist from Luis Romo and put the ball behind the back of the goalkeeper Jahmali Waite.


Mexico can do even better against Venezuela at the SoFi Stadium – they must prove that they are much better than what they showed in the first match. AEK’s Orbelin Pineda will be very important for the Mexicans. He’s playing behind the striker and his qualities are crucial for Mexico’s team dynamics.


That’s the Value betting in football: Finding underrated teams for the Copa America clash between Venezuela and Mexico in California. Good luck!